On the Trail of Counterfeit DrugsSol E Solomon
According to Peter Stokes, regional director of e-trade at Axway Asia-Pacific, the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that up to 50 percent of drugs worldwide are counterfeit. This translates to approximately US$38 billion in legitimate corporate sales lost each year due to the sale of counterfeit drugs.
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